Scammer gets trolled with neighbourhood drama and ends up giving up
We say it every time, but regardless of whether these text exchanges are real or not, they make for a pretty bloody interesting genre of story. In this particular instance, you’re going to see a scammer pretending to be someone’s neighbour. Obviously, that’s the kind of stunt that could get pretty complicated – especially if your mark is the kind of person who loves a bit of gossip. Give this one a read to find out why…
So, yeah, after a long period without stories like this, we’re hitting a couple in a row. Not that that’s a problem. As we always say, take the story with a pinch of salt and remember Chopper Read’s words: ‘Never let the truth get in the way of a good yarn.’
When it comes to this s**t, that’s a mantra to live by. It’s also one that the ‘victim’ of this scammer’s attentions seems to hold pretty dear to their heart. Yeah, nah, on the off chance that this is a legit story, they’ve got tales about everyone in the neighbourhood.
Still, imagine being the scammer on the other end. Judging from some of Jim Browning’s videos, most of these scammers are just there for the pay-check and someone else is taking all the income. In some ways, you can almost feel sorry for them.
They’re not really given much to work with, the training’s probably s**thouse, and in 2020, most people are so f**ken cynical that they’d rather mess with a scammer than risk having their s**t hacked and stolen.
Well, that’s if some of these text exchanges are real. Admittedly, the jury’s still out on that one.
Final thought: Here’s an idea. Help us find out if people really do mess with scammers or if these are just made-up stories. If you’ve ever f**ked with a scammer, tell the story in the Facebook comments. We’d be interested to hear it. Cheers, ya legends.
Just in case you missed it, here’s one of Ozzy’s latest commentary videos…Ozzy Man Reviews: Personal Space